Ham&High news round-up: Camden Council prosecutes one of its own members, and anger over basement plans disrupting AIR Studios
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Our lead story is about Camden Council taking one of its own members to court.
Primrose Hill Cllr Jonny Bucknell is accused of failing to carry out improvement works to a house he lets out.
He appeared at a brief hearing at Highbury Magistates Court last week.
He will appear again on January 14 to submit a plea.
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Mr Bucknell pointed out that the tenant was in temporary accommodation at the time.
Also this week, campaigners have hit out after excavation work started next to world-famous recording studio AIR Studios.
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The owner has warned that a number of huge recordings would have to be scrapped if work continues.
Independent traders have spoken of their hopes as the festive period gets underway.
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Our politics reporter Rachel Roberts has done an in-depth interview with MP Tulip Siddiq, reflecting on her first six months in Parliament.
And a tribunal has heard that a leading surgeon “sacrificed” the care of an NHS transplant patient so he could treat two foreign brothers at a private Bupa hospital first.
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